Searching for Dragons

Searching for Dragons

by Patricia C. Wrede

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Overview

Cimorene, the princess who refuses to be proper, is back--but where is Kazul the dragon? That's what Cimorene is determined to find out! This updated edition features a new introduction by the author and fantastic new packaging.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780547544588
Publisher: HMH Books
Publication date: 09/15/2015
Series: Enchanted Forest Chronicles Series , #2
Sold by: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 296,234
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 10 - 12 Years

About the Author

Patricia C. Wrede has written all four books in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles as well as Sorcery & Cecilia, The Grand Tour, and The Mislaid Magician, co-written with Caroline Stevermer. Ms. Wrede lives and writes in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
PATRICIA C. WREDE has written many novels, including Sorcery and Cecelia or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot and The Grand Tour coauthored with Caroline Stevermer, as well as the four books in her own series, the Enchanted Forest Chronicles. She lives near Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Searching for Dragons: The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Book Two 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
TheKnightsWhoSayBook More than 1 year ago
This book was my life in fifth grade so I apologize if this review is completely clouded with nostalgia, it's just that this book and all its characters are perfect and wonderful in every way. Cimorene, the delightfully pragmatic yet inventive protagonist of Dealing with Dragons, returns (not as the main character, which I think the official blurb of this book mistakenly implies, but the important thing is that she returns) in this story of a very harried king and a kidnapped dragon. I almost managed to forget exactly how much I like Mendenbar, so it's great to be reminded all over again! Patricia C. Wrede's characters have to be some of my favorites of all books ever. From magical kings biting off more than they can chew to princesses who study magical theory, from no-nonsense witches to flaky, academic magicians, from wannabe wicked uncles to female Dragon Kings... I could list every endearing play on cliche fantasy tropes in this book and it wouldn't capture half the series's charm. Mendenbar's (and to some extent Cimorene's) distaste for Princesses is somewhat annoying to sit through as an older reader, especially because Searching for Dragons isn't nearly as egalitarian in showing the utter foolishness of princes the way Dealing with Dragons made fun of both princes and princesses, but it's a minor detail within the enjoyment of the plot and characters. Basically, this book was never going to get less than five stars, because I adore it and I encourage everyone else to adore it also, because adoring this series is a lot of fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great